IUCN threat status:

Least Concern (LC)


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Pine warblers, Dendroica pinus, range throughout most of eastern North America. Their northern range extends to the most southern portions of Manitoba, Ontario, and Quebec in Canada. The southern extent of their range extends from Florida, to the southern tip of Texas. The eastern border of the range is the Atlantic coast of the United States (US) and Canada, while its western range runs through the US states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, Arkansas, and Texas. The breeding range of pine warblers covers much of their general range with the exception of parts of southern Texas and Louisiana. Despite the large breeding range, it is worth noting that breeding populations are often quite isolated in the central parts of their range. The winter range of pine warblers includes much of the southern portion of their breeding range which is unusual for a wood warbler. Their winter range extends as far north as mid-Arkansas, southern Tennessee, as well as southern Virginia.

Biogeographic Regions: nearctic (Native )


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